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04 Aug Adopt a Path in Scotland’s Mountains

VOLUNTEERING in Scotland’s National Parks is on   the increase thanks to the unique five-year The       Mountains and The People Project which launched in the summer of 2015. Led by the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland, this unique conservation partnership project brings…

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10 May Scotland’s Outdoor Access Trust changes its name

CAIRNGORMS Outdoor Access Trust has had a recent change of identity to reflect the growth and expansion of its activities throughout Scotland.  Now called Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland, this innovative environmental charity is working to develop an access management strategy across both of Scotland’s…

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22 Dec Scotland’s mountain paths get a serious overhaul

SCOTLAND’s National Parks mountain paths are being given a serious overhaul with more than 24km of paths having been restored this year and another 100km of repairs planned over the next three and a half years. With some of the most impressive landscapes, historic towns…

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25 Mar Training Project in Ireland Completes

COAT has been running an innovative new type of Training Scheme in the MacGillycuddy Reeks, County Kerry in Ireland over the winter.  The initiative has been carried out on behalf of South Kerry Development Company and has focused on training a mixture of local businesses,…

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15 Feb COAT Training in MacGillycuddy’s Reeks

The second phase of Upland Path Training is now complete at MacGillycuddy Reeks in the Iveragh Peninsula, South Kerry.  This is consultancy work being done through COAT Trading Ltd, and is a first for Ireland.  The overarching objective is to training people from local businesses…

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